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Baltimore City Hall releases 10-year financial plan [Links]

Be Your Own VC: How to Vet a Startup Before You Join [Mashable]: “VCs vet the founder, the management team, the opportunity and the economics before presenting a term sheet. The same … applies equally well to job candidates.” Change to Grow: A Ten-Year Financial Plan for Baltimore [Mayor’s Office]: “Change to Grow is a […]

Be Your Own VC: How to Vet a Startup Before You Join [Mashable]: “VCs vet the founder, the management team, the opportunity and the economics before presenting a term sheet. The same … applies equally well to job candidates.”
Change to Grow: A Ten-Year Financial Plan for Baltimore [Mayor’s Office]: “Change to Grow is a first-of-its kind, long-term fiscal roadmap to help achieve our goal to grow Baltimore by 10,000 families over the next decade.”
Alatzas named top editor of Baltimore Sun Media Group [Baltimore Sun]: “[T]he promotion is bittersweet. [Triffon G. Alatzas] succeeds former editor Mary J. Corey, the popular longtime Sun journalist who died in February after a long battle with cancer.”
YouTube’s Show-Me-The-Money Problem [AllThingsD]: “Things are fuzzier for some of YouTube’s biggest programming partners. Their views are also increasing. But the ad revenue YouTube generates for their stuff isn’t keeping pace.”
Civilizing The Civic Hackathon [gb.tc]: “[W]restling with entrenched issues and the government can also be a recipe for discouragement. So, how do you keep people excited and engaged in your civic hackathon?”
Baltimore roller coaster engineering firm wins Hong Kong contract [MDBizNews]: “Premier Rides—which designs, supplies and maintains roller coasters, observation wheels, towers, water rides and other custom attractions—has been selected to provide technical services and support for multiple rides at Ocean Park Hong Kong.”

Companies: The Baltimore Sun / gb.tc

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